I recently posted the last video from the Monotonize Series: Water. These videos will be on view at my solo exhibition, Burning Ice, at the Sleeth Gallery, DECEMBER 9, 2013 – JANUARY 16, 2014.
Monotonize Series: Water from Ellen Mueller on Vimeo.
A closing reception will be held on January 16, 2014, from 4:30 – 6:00pm, with an artist talk immediately following in the gallery. This exhibition is funded in part by a Puffin Foundation Grant.
During semester break, the gallery will be open by appointment only, with regular hours (Monday through Friday, 12:00 – 5:00pm) beginning on January 6, 2014. The gallery is located on the first floor of McCuskey Hall at West Virginia Wesleyan College, at the intersection of East Main Street and College Avenue in Buckhannon, WV. Admission is free.
Here’s a link to the There/Here online catalog! They did a beautiful job of showcasing the work.
My mail was exciting today – my copy of Emergency Index: Vol. 2 arrived!
Emergency INDEX Volume 2 includes contributions from artists, poets, scholars, activists, advertisers, computer scientists, theater ensembles and filmmakers presenting more than 300 performances made around the world in 2012. [ Vol.2 Editors: Yelena Gluzman, Sophia Cleary; Associate Editors: Andrew Ross, Michael Newton ]
The work I contributed to the book is Manifest Destiny III.
Exciting News! I have been appointed to the College Art Association’s Professional Practices Committee for a three-year term of service (2014-2017). I am a (not-so-) secret nerd when it comes to organizing guidelines and best practices, so I’m particularly looking forward to this venture.
In addition to attending my first meeting of the Professional Practices Committee at the Chicago conference in February, I’ll also be presenting on the “Drawing Today” panel… more on that later!
One of my videos, Monotonize Series: Mountain Top, is included in Streaming Festival: 8th Edition.
The Streaming Festival exhibits unconventional audio-visual art from all over the world. This event takes place once a year, and is sponsored by the isfth Foundation, based out of The Hague, The Netherlands. Anyone with an internet connection can plug into a festival stream from any location, at any given time, and start viewing contemporary sound and video art.